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  • The Skechers Flex Appeal 3.0 - Satellites is a sporty trainer made for women. It is designed using lightweight materials that keep the foot comfortable and protected. The knitted upper is soft and breathable, featuring stability weave panels to provide support.
  • The Air Cooled foam technology is used twice in this model. First is the primary midsole which delivers a cushiony platform. The second is the Air Cooled Memory Foam insole that provides maximum underfoot coverage for long-lasting comfort. The midsole also doubles as the outsole, but areas that are subjected to more abrasion are lined with rubber.
  • The Flex Appeal 3.0 - Satellites shares a striking resemblance with the original Flex Appeal 3.0 since they both have the fabric loop eyelets and the Air Cooled midsole and insert. What sets the two models apart is that the Satellites version use a knitted material with visibly larger pores plus there are stitching accents on the quarters, whereas the original employ a tightly woven fabric without the stitches at the panels.

The Skechers Flex Appeal 3.0 - Satellites accommodates women’s feet. It comes in US sizes 5 to 11, including half sizes. The width is available in B - Medium and D - Wide profiles. The upper is made of mesh, a material that is lightweight and crafted to provide a snug fit but still allows movement and expansion of the foot.

The midsole also functions as the outsole of the Skechers Flex Appeal 3.0 - Satellites, but the high-wear areas, like the toe and the heel, are lined with an extra layer of rubber to enhance durability and traction.

The underside is also riddled with flex grooves. These furrows promote flexibility and grip in any direction.

The Skechers Flex Appeal 3.0 - Satellites employs the Air Cooled midsole. This compound is engineered to absorb shock to keep the foot protected from impact with each step.

Inside, the Air Cooled Memory Foam insole can be found. This component conforms to the shape of the underfoot to deliver maximum coverage and support. It is also lined with a breathable cloth that promotes air circulation, keeping the foot fresh.

A soft engineered knitted fabric makes up the upper of this Skechers workout trainer. It has stitching accents at the quarters aimed at delivering lateral support. Adding durability to the top are the stability weave panels on the toe box, the quarters, and the heels. For breathability, the vamp, the quarters, and the tongue feature large pores that would promote ventilation of the foot chamber.

The interior is lined with soft fabric that has a bit of shine to it. Aside from delivering a smooth surrounding to the foot, it adds an element of style as it peeks to the top of the collar and contrasts with the knitted fabric.

This trainer features a lacing system that allows wearers to customize the fit. It has fabric loop eyelets that may be of contrasting color to the upper, making it stand out.

The padded collar and plush tongue hold the foot in place. They also amplify the comfort offered by the footwear.

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